Our stay in mid-May 2013 was very relaxing and tranquil. Staff were polite at all times, very friendly and relaxed. Common areas were plentiful and food and drinks could be taken in a variety of locations in solitude. Breakfast was good - especially the yoghurt - although there could have been a bit more variety from day to day. We dined in the hotel one evening and the food was comparable to other upper end options in town in terms of quality. Staff arranged day trips and taxis and transfers without any hitches. Call to morning prayers woke us up each morning at five -Riad is next to a mosque - although this became part of the trip and we missed the call to prayers on our first day back in normality. Hotel is well placed for visiting main sites which can be reached by foot. Room was large and well equipped with modern tech and local decoration. Trip to Atlas Mountains to be recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Riad Farnatchi has been written up as "The City's Most Luxurious Riad" - Food and Travel Magazine 2013, "The Ultimate Hideaway" - Harpers Bazaar January 2012 and "Best Luxury Riad" - Conde Nast Traveller 2011. Riad Farnatchi been created out of five small Riads in the heart of the oldest part of Marrakech, some of our walls go back over 400 years. Riad Farnatchi with just nine suites has the feel of a beautiful, highly individual, private house, but the facilities and service of a world class 5 star "boutique" hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Farnatchi Marrakech
- Riad Farnatchi Hotel Marrakech